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Bitcoin Price, Explained

JUN 26, 2017 | Andrew Tarasov

How Bitcoin price developed in details.

What Are Cryptocurrency Debit Cards, Explained

JUN 24, 2017 | Andrew Marshall

Ever wanted to just go to a shop and pay there with Bitcoins? Cryptocurrency debit cards might be just what you’re looking for.

How Can You Actually Spend Your Bitcoins, Explained

JUN 16, 2017 | Cointelegraph

From pizza day to now, Bitcoin payments are a constantly evolving industry. What will happen next?

How Cryptocurrencies Maintain Their Price, Explained

JUN 09, 2017 | Andrew Marshall

While being traded on the markets, cryptocurrencies experience various forces which push their price up or down. There is a range of measures which can be implemented in order to keep the price stable, or rising.

How to Launch a Successful ICO, Explained

APR 26, 2017 | Andrew Marshall

Here is the recipe for conducting an efficient ICO campaign.

SegWit, Explained

APR 20, 2017 | Andrew Marshall

The Bitcoin scaling debate is heating up like never before. Cointelegraph explains everything there’s to know about SegWit.

P2P Cryptocurrency Exchanges, Explained

APR 07, 2017 | Andrew Marshall

P2P cryptocurrency exchanges are gaining popularity as disadvantages of regular exchanges become more apparent.

The Unbanked, Explained

MAR 17, 2017 | Andrew Marshall

More than one-third of the world’s adults do not have formal banking services. What to do about it.

Dash Price Rise, Explained

MAR 10, 2017 | Andrew Marshall

Dash price has risen 100% in the past two weeks. Why it happened and what to expect next.

ICO, Explained

MAR 07, 2017 | Andrew Marshall

What an initial coin offering is and why it may be a good idea to be a part of it.

How China Influences Bitcoin Price, Explained

FEB 15, 2017 | Andrew Marshall

Cointelegraph explains China's influence on Bitcoin volatility and possible consequences for the traders.

Time Banking, Explained

FEB 06, 2017 | Andrew Marshall

Time banking is a new kind of money, where you use hours instead of dollars. Will it change the world of currency as we know it?